Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
Without further details its a little tricky to diagnose.
In my opinion, it its most likely due to a driver not installed with the XP version you just put on.
Dell have a great online database of drivers and update packs you can use when fresh installing a new OS.
Of course, if you've installed a aftermarket sound card, check out the manufacturers website for a compatible driver.
Make sure you're downloading the driver for hte right version of XP (service pack 1,2 & 32bit / 64bit) to ensure compatibility.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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